On August 4, the New York legislature passed a bill requiring the Green Jobs-Green New York (GJGNY) Program to make sellers disclose certain information to purchasers about property that owes money for efficiency upgrades. The GJGNY, among other energy efficiency and renewable energy promotion programs, allows households and small businesses to pay for energy efficiency improvements over time on their normal utility bill. If the seller of property fails to provide the buyer with written notice of those on-bill payments, the seller can be held liable.