Once the voucher is received, people must cash it in where they normally spend their energy, such as a paypoint or post office.
Nick Reid, Chief Executive of the Post Office, said: “Post Office branches play a vital role in communities by ensuring people receive government financial support such as Energy Bill Support Scheme vouchers. .
“With the Post Office’s 11,500-strong network, more than a million people will come through our doors to collect their vouchers.
“We encourage those who receive an email or letter to claim their voucher at the post office to do so as quickly as possible.
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