So from pg 497, here are some you can make use (or more appropriate, cells force an organism to make use) of chemiosmotic coupling.
Proton pumping in chloroplasts and bacteria.
Chloroplasts are ATP-generating organelles, which use the free energy of the sunlight they absorb to pump protons across their membrane, and this proton gradient drives the "CF0CF1" complex, similar to the mitochondria complex "F0F1"
Bacteria also find their proton gradient and contain F0F1 synthases.
The flagella motor converts the electrochemical potential jump of protons into a mechanical torque. (to quote from pg 497 of the text)
Pumps such as the calcium ATPase are powered by ATP. There are others known as symports, and antiports.