Okay I'm just very confused by a statement in my textbook and could use some clarification. It says that power is transmitted at high voltages in order to minimize heat energy loss. It then says "it must be noted that this is because the higher the voltage is, the lower the current". Well doesn't this contradict Ohm's law, that I= V/ R? From that equation wouldn't it seem that the higher the voltage, the higher the current? I'm confused.