Distributed Generation (DG) is a form of energy generation that services a customer onsite and supports a distribution network. The DG is attached at the voltage of the delivery system. The energy used for DG should ideally be sustainable. DG may be used as a backup generator. It contributes to the delivery network's increased reliability. If the DG unit is placed optimally in the delivery network, the increase in reliability will be greatest. The system of installing disconnects at parts forming a junction in the distribution network affects the reliability changes attributed to DG communication with the distribution network. Therefore, there is a need to enhance Distributed Generation in Port Harcourt.