Though skyline queries in wireless sensor networks have been intensively studied in recent years, existing solutions are not optimized for multiple skyline queries as they focus on single full space skyline queries. It is not efficient to individually evaluate skyline queries especially in a wireless sensor network environment where power consumption should be minimized. In this paper, we propose an energy-efficient multi-skyline evaluation (EMSE) algorithm to effectively evaluate multiple skyline queries in wireless sensor networks. EMSE first utilizes a global optimization mechanism to reduce the number of skyline queries and save on query propagation cost and parts of redundant result transmission cost as a consequence. Then, it utilizes a local optimization mechanism to share the skyline results among skyline queries and uses some filtering policies to further eliminate unnecessary data transmission and save the skyline result transmission cost as a consequence. The experimental results show that the proposed algorithm is energy-efficient when evaluating multiple skyline queries over wireless sensor networks.