No fuels, no steam engines, no steel, no weapons industry, no cars, no aircraft
For large scale industrial production, the steam engine was needed, and that thing needed fuel.. Wood at first.. but wood already counts as fossil, wouldn't it ? Another problematic topic is steel. Very difficult to make steel without massive fuel use. In turn, many industrial products cannot be made without steel. Weapons industry would not have had its explosive development, which culminated in war aircraft production in the 20th century.
However, certain other industrial activities, like textiles (industrial in Europe since the 17th century !) and tools making could have developed further.. Wherever water or wind energy are available, large bakeries, milk and meat factories can exist, supporting a scaled up agriculture sector.
Would it have been a revolution ? maybe not. Clothes and food have been produced since division of labour kicked in, late-neolithic age when humans developed agriculture.
We called this period 1760-1840 a revolution, because it eventually resulted in production of these spectacular fuel consuming items, such as cars and aircraft. But that branch of industrial activity, depending on steel, would have been cut off completely, without any fuels. Revolution ? maybe not..