For a given conductor following ohms law an increase in Voltage results in increase in Current Now consider power transmission through a given piece of conductor (assume certain length and fixed and known resistance R). For constant power transmission V*I= constant So the current at 1000V will be less than the current at 10000V so 10000V is preferable to transmit power to reduce losses I^2R
Now i have these doubts To say that power transmission takes place at 10000 Volts does that mean the potential difference across the conductor is 10000V ??
If so then from ohms law 10000V would make more current to flow than 1000V but that would be counter intuitive
So what is happening here??