Even though the LCL filters have superior harmonic attenuation ability to L filters, stability has always been an issue. The system could be unstable because of the resonance phenomenon, especially when digital controller is used. Adding a notch filter to the compensator is one approach to solve the problem. Resonance phenomenon can be inhibited by aligning notch frequency to system resonance frequency. However, resonance frequency variation can be obtained because the actual system has a nonstationary characteristic. Therefore, the system could be unstable, where the system parameters are changed when the conventional notch filter is used. An adaptive digital notch filter that stabilizes the system even system parameters are changed. Simulation and experiment results are provided to verify the validity of the proposed adaptive filter.