The $250 cash-back program first launched 12 months ago and has so far delivered 300,000 payments, totalling $76.6 million.
The payments are only open to people currently receiving Centrelink payments including JobSeeker, or who are holding a pensioner concession card.
Energy Minister Lily D’Ambrosio urged more Victorians to come forward and claim the support.
“There are still many Victorian households who are eligible for help with their energy bills through this bonus and I encourage everyone who needs help to apply,” D’Ambrosio said.
“We want to help as many vulnerable households as we can − whether that’s through a quick call with the Victorian Energy Compare helpline or by a visit to one of the program partners.”
How can Victorians access the payment?
The payments are delivered through the Victorian Energy Compare website, which helps users switch to the best deal.
If they meet the criteria, the $250 cash-back will be transferred into their bank account.
The program closes on 31 January 2022, and there’s a limit of one refund per household.