Nope. There are non-renewable that involve burning things and produce poor to so/so quality light, fuel cells which are experimental in small sizes and also aren't sustainable. There devices that use a capacitor to buffer energy generated by physical movement (like your winder and the shaker). My experience is not enough power is generated by them for good quality light, and every devices I have purchased like this has failed within a year of purchase. Maybe I have gotten bad units, but I haven't had that problem with my more traditional flashlights. I think the best bet is using a battery as your storage, and then find an appropriate way to recharge it... but it solar is motion capture.