The CuCoO2 sample has been synthesized by a conventional solid-state reaction method to investigate electronic transport and optical properties for p-type transparent conducting oxide materials. The crystal structure was characterized by XRD. The Seebeck coefficient and electrical conductivity were measured in the high temperature. The UV-VIS-NIR and FTIR spectra were analyzed at room temperature. The XRD peaks confirm the samples forming the delafossite structure phase. The Seebeck coefficient sign confirms the samples displays the p-type conducting. The electronic transport energy for activating free carrier production and conduction contain 0.276 eV and 0.131 eV, respectively. The optical direct gap is 3.65 eV which is a visible-transparent oxide material. These results support that the CuCoO2 oxide compound is p-type transparent conducting oxide materials.