Unfortunately, Hydrangea macrophylla flowers on the previous year's wood, and they are not repeat flowering. If you cut off the flowerbuds now, you are unlikely to get any further flowerbuds this year. It's not impossible that they might bud up again later (life being very resilient), but it's unlikely.
If it's possible to lower the temperature in your greenhouse, either by reducing any heating you have in there to a lower level, or by opening vents during the day if it is sunny, you may be able to slow down or arrest further development of the flowerbuds. The aim is to keep them cool enough to slow down the flowering process, but not so cold they start shedding their leaves again. Otherwise, there's little you can do I'm afraid, except remember to keep them a little less warm this coming winter so you don't have this problem next year too.