Márton Fabók

Fanni Sáfián-Farkas

Economist-social scientist (PhD), worked on socio-economic issues of energy transition in academia, NGOs and market organisations. He has been a member of the organisation since its foundation and is currently the coordinator of Transformator.


Environmental geographer (ELTE Faculty of Science). She studied sustainable energy planning and management (Aalborg University, Denmark), and worked at Energiaklub, Klimapolitika Kft. and MEHI, as well as a volunteer researcher for the energy planning research group This way ahead! and the Small Local Communities Programme. Her main areas of interest are environmentally and socially sustainable energy management, energy efficiency in buildings and community energy production. Co-coordinator of Transformator.


Eszter Úr

Holds a Master’s degree in Human Ecology from ELTE and a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies from Corvinus University. She was a member of the College of Social Theory from 2017 to 2021, served on the board of Transformator from 2020 to 2022, and after a short break, she became a member again in June ’23. In addition to her communication tasks, she is currently researching community-based energy efficiency initiatives.


Ákos Nagy

Graduated from the Master of Sociology and Anthropology at the Central European University and the Bachelor of Sociology at the Corvinus University of Budapest, specializing in social policy and equal opportunities. From 2017 to 2020, he was a member of the College of Social Theory.


Dávid Gelencsér

Graduated in Geography from the Faculty of Sciences of ELTE with a specialisation in renewable energy. The topic of his thesis was 4th Generation District Heating. Currently studying for a Master’s Degree in Geoinformatics at the Faculty of Informatics of ELTE.
At Transformator, he works in the areas of Communication and Capacity-building.