The Canadian Fusion Fuels Technology Project (CFFTP) is working in partnership with federal and provincial governments, industry, universities and the scientific community to transfer technology to the private sector, develop a base of Canadian scientific capability, and encourage young people to enter an advanced field of research and development. Canadian fusion efforts have a total value of $25 million a year. CFFTP`s efforts have been directed toward providing universities and industries with the opportunity to become involved in scientific and technical collaboration on major fusion projects abroad. Base funding is provided by the three CFFTP founding partners: the federal government, the Ontario government, and Ontario Hydro. Client funds are received from fusion projects in the U.S. and Europe for services and manufactured hardware, and subcontractor funds arrive in the form of in-kind contributions from subcontractors on development contracts awarded by CFFTP. More than 75 percent of these funds are used to carry out research, engineering, and manufacturing activities through subcontracts to affiliated research centres, universities and industry.