$250 Power Saving Bonus
A new round of the Victorian Government’s $250 Power Saving Bonus began on Friday, 24 March 2023, and ECCV is here to help you apply.
The new payment is available to all Victorian households. Our team can support you in your language.
The Power Saving Bonus program has already provided more than one million Victorians with immediate support to help manage the rising cost of living.
To learn more about how ECCV can help, fill out the form below, and a team member will be in touch within two business days.
Frequently Asked Questions
Am I eligible?
The current round of the $250 Power Saving Bonus is available to all Victorian households. To apply for the Bonus, you must be the account holder of your household’s electricity account. Only one $250 payment is available per household.
What do I need for the application process?
ECCV is here to help you with your application every step of the way. All you need to begin is a copy of your most recent electricity bill.
How many people per household can apply?
Only one payment is available per household.
How long does it take to receive the Power Saving Bonus?
You should receive your payment via Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT) within 2-3 weeks of applying for it. Cheque payments will take longer to process, but should be received within 4 weeks.
Yes, even if you have received previous rounds of the Power Saving Bonus, you are still eligible for the current $250 payment.
How do I apply?
ECCV’s outreach team is here to help you apply for the $250 Power Saving Bonus in your language.
- Call us on 0466 038 261
- Email us at email@example.com
- Fill in the form on this page and a member of our team will be in touch within two business days
When applying for the $250 Bonus, you may be asked to provide certain information to confirm your eligibility.
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The $250 Power Saving Bonus Program is funded by the Victorian Government.
For more information, visit compare.energy.vic.gov.au