I asked this question two days ago: Is the duck (curve) still a duck?. It received reasonable attention -- with eight upvotes, it would be the seventh-most upvoted unanswered question on the site, out of 13,000.
To me, this indicates that were the question to hang around, someone would eventually come along who knows the answer, or how to get at one.
The close reason was "Questions seeking recommendations for specific products or places to purchase them are off-topic". I sort of get this... I am looking for a data source to help recreate and update the duck curve. But it is a data source that answers a broad and important question -- not just a specific project I'm working on.
The duck curve is a fundamental and much-discussed topic in the world of bulk electric grid management and renewable electricity. I thought of posting this to sustainability.se as similar topics are often discussed there, but I hoped that an audience of electrical engineers, some of whom are working in grid operations, would be a better source for this data.
Am I totally off track here? Is there a better way to formulate the question in order to stay on-topic?