The term hybrid open access refers to the possibility that (especially large) publishers offer authors to make the individual article open access in an otherwise subscription-based journal.
The publishers are usually charging author fees (APC - Article Processing Charges) that are very high. Here are some examples:
If you have received money from a research funder which has an open access policy the fee is covered by that.
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