Once finished, Berman estimated WindyGrid’s development to total roughly $3 million, $1 million of which has come from a grant from Bloomberg Philanthropies Mayor’s Challenge, a contest awarding innovative endeavors proposed by cities, and the other funding generated by the city. Despite costs, Berman said the WindyGrid’s value to Chicago — and other cities — far outweighs the expenditures.

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