does geothermal use a lot of electricity

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Only about one-third to one-fourth of the energy delivered in heating with a geothermal system comes from electricity consumption — the rest is extracted from the ground. Given that geothermal heat pumps are more efficient than furnaces, why do they consume more electricity (and how that will affect your monthly bill)?

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