dc to dc converters are used to change the input voltage level to a desired output voltage level less (Buck converter) or more (Boost converter) than the inpu voltage magnitude. This paper proposes a novel method for increasing output power by utilizing two storage elements a well as reducing the output ripple voltage for Buck and Boost converters. In this improved converters, two inductors are used for feeding the load by two independent switches. One inductor charges up by the source voltage while another inductor is discharging its energy into the load during this time. The output power production is almost doubled while the ripple voltage is reduced by a factor of two when compared to a conventional dc to dc converter. This paper provides the analysis, simulation, experimental results as well as the comparison with conventional Buck and Boost converters.