The more electricity, the more electrosmog
Electrosmog can consist of both electrical and magnetic fields as well as a combination of both fields.
It is generally passed through among others current flow generated in electrical conductors.
In this case, electrons, ie electrically negatively charged particles, move in a wire due to the potential gradient.
Since electrical conductors always have a certain resistance, a part of the electron energy is lost in the form of heat.
The stronger the electric current, the more electrons flow, the stronger the electromagnetic radiation.
This applies both to the intended radiation of transmission systems and to the unwanted radiation of power lines.
More about this health topic at: electrosmog