The turbulent flow of binary hybrid nano-oils is investigated and Nusselt number correlation is developed for futuristic concentrated solar thermal application. Available Nusselt number correlations for water-based hybrid nanofluids are nanoparticle-specific property correlations dependent and substantially over-predict the values for hybrid nano-oils. Therefore, a generalized Nusselt number correlation for turbulent flow of water and oil-based binary hybrid nanofluids is deduced using the separation approach. Dissimilar to the available correlations, the developed correlation needs only the thermophysical properties of base fluid and nanoparticles. It is valid for the Reynolds number range 10,000–30,000 and the Prandtl number range 0.5–2000. It is found that the proposed correlation predicts the published experimental values for different hybrid nanofluids mostly within ±10–20%. Computational fluid dynamics simulation is also performed for turbulent flow of different hybrid nano-oils to assess the developed correlation. The comparative assessment also confirms that the developed correlation predicts the numerical values for hybrid nano-oils within ±10–20%. The deduced Nusselt number correlation will be useful for a realistic heat transfer analysis with different water or oil-based hybrid nanofluids. The need for experiments with different hybrid nano-oils is realized for further improvement.