No, that's the raw potential energy calculation.
For power, you use the basic relationship that P=FV (force times velocity). The system would operate in a steady state for any given rate of power input/output, but that potential energy calculation governs how long it would take to charge/discharge.
The acceleration due to gravity only matters if you're trying to discharge all of the energy of a parcel of water on impact at the bottom (via smashing it into something). A potential energy storage system would instead want to charge and discharge close to steady state, with very little acceleration throughout.