New onshore wind farms will be excluded from a subsidy scheme on April 1 2016, a year earlier than expected.
The Department of Energy and Climate Change said there will be a grace period for projects which already have planning permission.
Energy firms had been facing an end to grants in 2017.
The funding for the subsidy comes from the Renewables Obligation, which is financed by levies added to household fuel bills.
After the announcement was made, Fergus Ewing, Scottish minister for business, energy and tourism and member of the Scottish parliament, said he had warned the UK government that the decision could be the subject of a judicial review.
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