MANHEIM – Gov. Tom Wolf announced that AES Clean Technology will invest $14.2 million to open a new manufacturing facility in Manheim, Lancaster County, and create 97 new, full-time jobs. The company is also retaining 95 jobs at its headquarters in Montgomery County. As part of the Lancaster County project, the company will make building renovations, purchase machinery and equipment, and train new employees. AES creates modular cleanroom facilities for pharma and biotech customers engaging in clinical research through commercial manufacturing, addressing unmet medical needs in areas such as immunotherapy, diabetes, cancer, and various other debilitating conditions. AES has been a partner in Operation Warp Speed as its cleanroom facilities have supported the manufacturing of COVID vaccines, antibody therapeutics, and diagnostic devices.