The precipitation process in Cu-0.2 wt.%Cr-0.05 wt.%Zr alloys has been studied by electrical electrical resistivity measurements. The kinetics of precipitation could be well described by Johnson-Mehl-Avrami equation, $f(t)=1-\exp(-kt^n)$. The values of n were found to be in the range of 0.36~0.42 at first stage and 1.3~1.6 at second stage. The activation energy was determined by cross-cut method and was 80~89 kJ/mol. The value is similar to the energy for the migration of either a vacancy or a vacancy-solute complex through the lattice.